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Monday, 24 January 2005

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Elijah Jemchi

Why can the police not make use of taxis to attend scenes of incidents. They can then claim expenses from the police service. If the police does not pay, the police can simply inform the press and in no time, the police will have the transport they need to respond switfly to incidents. Same goes for the fire brigade. Don't hold your breath. Buy a fire extinguisher if you want to be safe from fire. Its is the best insurance policy you can have in Cameroon. The fire extinguisher can also be used to spray any thieves hence disabing them for long enough for the slow snail pace police to arrive.
Elijah. UK.

fusi

Hello Elijah,
Why on earth do the police even need to use taxis? It is really shameful that a council like Limbe has got just a single van for all her services. How much will it cost the government to put at the disporsal of the police (even just for the sack of the well being of the people) such basic needs like cars.
How do we really want to get out of this our present mess. There are so many nations in Africa that are poorer than Cameroon, but surprisingly these nations are well ahead of Cameroon in every aspect of development.
It's a shame. What a dirty image for a loved country?

N W

Cameroon and Cameroonians need to know that, le lion is bad news.We need to stand up for our right.without this,a blessed country like Cameroon will never be a place to be,with all this yaounde people on top.We most fight.

Asibong(Denmark)

Yesterday the police always complained of lack of adequate officers in the night shift, but today it is now a diffrent story. Now is lack of van. Cameroon will always be like that. The only solution to all this problem is to create employment opportunities for the citizens of our beloved nation cameroon. We have so many resources, Biya put these resources for the benefit of the citizens of cameroon rather to put it only in your own camp. It is our right to enjoy what belongs to us. What a shame the Biya regime.

Courtney Eko

What is the point having the gendarmerie and a police force? Why not combine them under one unit?Are their services any different?In cameroon,they are both inefficient and corrupt.Well,as they say,every country gets the police force that it deserves.The government should employ more police officers,cut down their salary(An 'O' level officer earns as much as an an MA in the civil service),and send them to every quartier.This is what entails in the UK and it works.We need the 'Bobby on the beat approach 'in Cameroon.

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